‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ Will Feature Videos From Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, Post Malone & More

The second Beavis and Butt-Head revival is about to make its big debut, which means a brand new set of music videos (in addition to TikTok and YouTube videos) for the titular characters to both roast and appreciate from the comfort of their couch.

Paramount+ confirmed to Billboard on Wednesday (Aug. 3) that the return of the Mike Judge-created animated television show will feature videos from the biggest stars in pop music at the moment, including Olivia Rodrigo, Post Malone, Tyler, the Creator, Camila Cabello, Cale Dodds, CNCO — and for all the ARMY members out there — BTS.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the second episode will see Beavis spilling that he’s a member of BTS ARMY, and revealing his favorite members of the K-pop supergroup. Beavis’ fandom draws from Judge’s own experience with the septet. The show creator told THR that he likes BTS and popular genres of music, contrary to what fans of the show might think.

“BTS is a guilty pleasure — but maybe not even that guilty: I like them,” Judge told the publication. “I have pretty mainstream tastes. I think because I used to be a musician, people think I’m going to be a music snob. I’m not at all. I like a lot of very sugary pop music. We did that a little bit with Bon Jovi in the ‘90s, Beavis liking them more than he should.”

The popular series initially ran from 1993 to 1997 on MTV. It was revived for one season in 2011.

Beavis and Butt-Head arrives on Paramount+ Aug. 4. Revisit the trailer for the new season:

‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ Will Feature Videos From Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, Post Malone & More

The second Beavis and Butt-Head revival is about to make its big debut, which means a brand new set of music videos (in addition to TikTok and YouTube videos) for the titular characters to both roast and appreciate from the comfort of their couch.

Paramount+ confirmed to Billboard on Wednesday (Aug. 3) that the return of the Mike Judge-created animated television show will feature videos from the biggest stars in pop music at the moment, including Olivia Rodrigo, Post Malone, Tyler, the Creator, Camila Cabello, Cale Dodds, CNCO — and for all the ARMY members out there — BTS.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the second episode will see Beavis spilling that he’s a member of BTS ARMY, and revealing his favorite members of the K-pop supergroup. Beavis’ fandom draws from Judge’s own experience with the septet. The show creator told THR that he likes BTS and popular genres of music, contrary to what fans of the show might think.

“BTS is a guilty pleasure — but maybe not even that guilty: I like them,” Judge told the publication. “I have pretty mainstream tastes. I think because I used to be a musician, people think I’m going to be a music snob. I’m not at all. I like a lot of very sugary pop music. We did that a little bit with Bon Jovi in the ‘90s, Beavis liking them more than he should.”

The popular series initially ran from 1993 to 1997 on MTV. It was revived for one season in 2011.

Beavis and Butt-Head arrives on Paramount+ Aug. 4. Revisit the trailer for the new season:

Beyonce Drops 4-Song ‘Break My Soul’ Remix EP

Beyoncé surprised fans again on Wednesday (Aug. 3) when she dropped a 4-song “Break My Soul” remix EP featuring refreshed versions of her Renaissance single by Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am, Chicago house legend Terry Hunter, global scene queen Honey Dijon and New York producer/DJ Nita Aviance. The collection of club royalty remixers continues turning up the dial on Beyoncé’s dance-iest album to date.

The bouncy take from BEP’s will.i.am. strips the song down to its most elemental beat, while Hunter amps up the tempo and transforms the track into a dreamy house workout complete with Sunday church service organs. Aviance’s nearly 10-minute version adds hypnotic, trancey elements as it stretches the track to double its recorded length.

Honey Dijon’s six-and-a-half minute remix adds a more aggressive beat and tribal drums. Dijon — who is credited as a songwriter on two Renaissance tracks (“Cozy” and “Alien Superstar”) — thanked Bey for including her on the album in an Instagram post. “Beyond proud 🕊. Thank you @beyonce for including me on this musical journey. I am so honored and humbled to be a part of this masterpiece,” Dijon wrote, while also giving props to some of the other contributors.

“Thank you @amakadsi @marielgomerez @rickylawson_ for all of your hard work and support. Thank you to my squad @lukesolomon @cpenmusic @josh.d.mongan @samzholt for which none of this would be possible.”

Aviance also had high praise for Bey’s embrace of house culture, writing on Instagram on Wednesday, “to say i am gagged and honored doesn’t even begin to express; and doubly so to play my role on a project which features my big sisters and heroes @kevinavianceofficial & @honeydijon. anyone comin @beyonce for this moment not bein bout real house music, CATCH who they got involved. this one is for the queens, dancefloor divas & all the late-night revelers; see u at the club.”

Listen to the “Break My Soul” remixes and Dijon and Aviance’s posts below.

 

Beyonce Drops 4-Song ‘Break My Soul’ Remix EP

Beyoncé surprised fans again on Wednesday (Aug. 3) when she dropped a 4-song “Break My Soul” remix EP featuring refreshed versions of her Renaissance single by Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am, Chicago house legend Terry Hunter, global scene queen Honey Dijon and New York producer/DJ Nita Aviance. The collection of club royalty remixers continues turning up the dial on Beyoncé’s dance-iest album to date.

The bouncy take from BEP’s will.i.am. strips the song down to its most elemental beat, while Hunter amps up the tempo and transforms the track into a dreamy house workout complete with Sunday church service organs. Aviance’s nearly 10-minute version adds hypnotic, trancey elements as it stretches the track to double its recorded length.

Honey Dijon’s six-and-a-half minute remix adds a more aggressive beat and tribal drums. Dijon — who is credited as a songwriter on two Renaissance tracks (“Cozy” and “Alien Superstar”) — thanked Bey for including her on the album in an Instagram post. “Beyond proud 🕊. Thank you @beyonce for including me on this musical journey. I am so honored and humbled to be a part of this masterpiece,” Dijon wrote, while also giving props to some of the other contributors.

“Thank you @amakadsi @marielgomerez @rickylawson_ for all of your hard work and support. Thank you to my squad @lukesolomon @cpenmusic @josh.d.mongan @samzholt for which none of this would be possible.”

Aviance also had high praise for Bey’s embrace of house culture, writing on Instagram on Wednesday, “to say i am gagged and honored doesn’t even begin to express; and doubly so to play my role on a project which features my big sisters and heroes @kevinavianceofficial & @honeydijon. anyone comin @beyonce for this moment not bein bout real house music, CATCH who they got involved. this one is for the queens, dancefloor divas & all the late-night revelers; see u at the club.”

Listen to the “Break My Soul” remixes and Dijon and Aviance’s posts below.